Photos saxsey parant
Disclaimer: an annoying bin was obscuring the on the first shot, frame and I photoshopped it out. There were all sorts of people here: children welcoming the flame, peaceful pro-Tibet protesters here to voice their anger with China's hold over Tibet, families, tourists and Chinese students waving Chinese flags.
There was music from the Scots Guards and random religious clergy.
The working model has up to date proposals such as the forthcoming 'Shard' and it's linked to a database that has details on all current properties.
Most at ISO 80-200, and panning as the cyclists sped past.
There were literally hundreds of thousands of people out to watch the girl and elephant play, and no one went home without a smile on their face!
The story is of a sultan who is tormented by his dreams of a time-travelling girl.
One of many squashed cars in central London A puppeteer guides the Sultan's elephant's huge legs down the London streets You can just make out the Sultan!
The elephant basks in the dust and trumpets loudly as it approaches the girl Baby watches the giant elephant This girl moves fast! The two are almost reunited For more photos of The Sultan's Elephant, check out my friend Sean's photos from Day 2.